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Cold War Kids Put On A Stellar Performance in Houston

Cold War Kids Put On A Stellar Performance in Houston

We got the chance to see Cold War Kids on their 20 Years Tour and it was one of the best shows that we’ve seen in awhile. The entire crowd was on their feet and had high energy the entire show, which only made us 100 times more excited to see CWK perform their hearts out!

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This iconic indie band, known for their soul-stirring melodies and thought-provoking lyrics, made a triumphant return after a pandemic-induced hiatus. Frontman Nathan Willet, the creative force behind the band, took the time to reflect, reimagine, and craft songs that resonated deeply with both their loyal fanbase and newcomers alike.

Before the Cold War Kids took center stage, the crowd was treated to a stellar performance by the talented opening act, Hovvdy (pronounced Howdy). With the mood set just right, CWK burst onto the stage with a wave of energy, launching into crowd favorites like ‘You Already Know’ and ‘Miracle Mile,’ sending the audience into a frenzy of excitement.

What set this performance apart was the band’s willingness to share their latest creations. Amidst cheers and applause, they unveiled their brand-new single, ‘Heaven in Your Hands,’ a poignant piece that encapsulated the band’s reflections on the state of the world. Nathan’s explanation of the song’s inspiration added a personal touch, further connecting the audience to the band’s creative journey.

Image Source: Brittaney Penney for The Honey POP
Image Source: Brittaney Penney for The Honey POP

As the night unfolded, Nathan’s stage presence shone brightly. From soulful piano renditions of ‘Bottled Affection’ to his daring descent into the crowd during ‘All This Could Be Yours,’ he ensured that every spectator felt like a part of the musical experience. The crowd’s reaction was a mix of nostalgia and newfound admiration, with long-time fans swaying to the rhythm and new enthusiasts belting out the lyrics.

The main room in House of Blues pulsated with the infectious energy that only the Cold War Kids brought to the stage, leaving everyone in attendance with a sense of euphoria and longing for more. As the night came to a close, echoes of their performance lingered in the air, a testament to the band’s enduring impact on music lovers everywhere.

Here’s to the Cold War Kids, two decades of musical brilliance, and the promise of more unforgettable performances in the future!

Check out our gallery from the show below!

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Have you seen Cold War Kids on this run? If you haven’t, make sure to get your tickets here. You will not regret it!

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